The message from the European Union is for the opposition to enter parliament and for the government to find compromises to create these conditions," Davit Sergeenko, a member of the parliamentary majority, told reporters.
Sergeenko expects that the issue will be resolved positively in the coming days.
"In my opinion, the situation has matured and I expect that concrete decisions will be made in the coming days. Both sides should think about compromises and concrete steps. The EU's unequivocal position has been expressed in two main messages: first, the opposition should enter parliament and continue to oppose the government in the parliament and the government should seek compromises to create conditions for this. I expect that all this will be resolved positively in the coming days," Sergeenko said.